Welcome in Hacking Technology
 
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Hacking is the practice of modifying the features of a system, in order to accomplish a goal outside of the creator's original purpose. The person who is consistently engaging in hacking activities, and has accepted hacking as a lifestyle and philosophy of their choice, is called a hacker.

Computer hacking is the most popular form of hacking nowadays, especially in the field of computer security, but hacking exists in many other forms, such as phone hacking, brain hacking, etc. and it's not limited to either of them.

Due to the mass attention given to blackhat hackers from the media, the whole hacking term is often mistaken for any security related cyber crime. This damages the reputation of all hackers, and is very cruel and unfair to the law abiding ones of them, from who the term itself originated. The goal of this website is to introduce people the true philosophy and ethics of hackers, hopefully clearing their name and giving them the social status they deserve.

Hacking Course Module:

                                               

DATA BASE SECURITY                         

Hacking Sybase/MS-SQL for the NT Administrator

 Unloading Data from Sybase Adaptive Server Anywhere

SOFTWARE SECURITY

  Preliminary report of "Code Red II" strain

  Best Practices for UNIX cheroot() Operations

  Analysis of the "Iraq Oil" worm

  External Security Implications of Fax Servers

  Researching Zone Alarm False-Proxy Detection

  An Illustrated Guide to Cryptographic Hashes

  SQL Injection Attacks by Example

  A Proposal for Secure Storage of Credit Card Data

  An Illustrated Guide to IPSec

  An Illustrated Guide to SSH Agent Forwarding

  Comparing Security Implications of IE and Firefox add-ons

  Security considerations of public Active Directory/LDAP

  An Illustrated Guide to the Kandinsky DNS Vulnerability

  Understanding Microsoft's KB971492 IIS5/IIS6 Web DAV Vulnerability